So I tell my young patients to go ahead: ask me anything.
Some doctors told their patients about the problem; others did not.
I have to tell my patients that there is none around.
But I think it is a very good thing to tell patients they have the option.
In those days, doctors did not always tell patients that they had cancer.
"But we don't need the government telling doctors and patients what to do."
There was a large school of thought where doctors would not even tell their patients they had cancer.
I have long told my patients that no body parts will fall off if not used immediately.
The federal government is now telling patients whether their local hospitals are doing what they should.
And should those found to have the virus be required to tell patients?